Mayor Johnson Swears in Savannah Youth Council

By | October 28, 2009

The 2009-2010 Savannah Youth Council has begun serving following a Swearing-in Ceremony conducted by Mayor Otis S. Johnson earlier this month. The Youth Council is comprised of a diverse group of Savannah 8th graders, who will serve as the official voice of Savannah’s youth at City Hall. Beginning in November, members will participate in every City Council meeting, much like … Continue reading “Mayor Johnson Swears in Savannah Youth Council”

City of Savannah Expands Online Presence

By | October 28, 2009

In response to the increasing popularity of social media sites, and in an attempt to better reach and engage all citizens, the City of Savannah now has a presence on Facebook.com and Twitter.com. Users of Facebook can become a fan of the City by visiting www.facebook.com/cityofsavannah. Twitter users can log on to www.twitter.com/cityofsavannah to start following the City’s tweets. The … Continue reading “City of Savannah Expands Online Presence”

Construction Apprentice Program Recruits for New Training Classes

By | October 28, 2009

The Construction Apprentice Program will be recruiting for two training programs open to men and women interested in gaining construction skills for jobs in the field. The training programs— leading to Technical Certificates of Credit in Concrete Forming/Carpentry and Masonry—are offered free of charge to adults (18 years and older) through a partnership among Chatham County, Savannah Technical College and … Continue reading “Construction Apprentice Program Recruits for New Training Classes”

Archer Running for Mayor of Pooler

By | October 28, 2009

Charles Archer is running for Mayor of the City of Pooler, but who is he? Charles Archer was raised in a Christian home in Chatham County on the outskirts of Savannah city limits. He is a graduate of Windsor Forest High School. He received his BA Degree from Columbia University and his Master’s Degree from Georgia Southern University. Archer spent … Continue reading “Archer Running for Mayor of Pooler”

Economic Opportunity Authority to Receive Grants

By | October 28, 2009

Economic Opportunity Authority (EOA) for Savannah-Chatham County is the recipient of two grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grants will be used to support services related to housing counseling to homebuyers, homeowners and low to moderate income renters. The amount of the first grant is $53,212 and will be used to support the services provided … Continue reading “Economic Opportunity Authority to Receive Grants”

Georgia Utility Contractors Association Golf Tournament

By | October 28, 2009

Sunbury Crab Co. Announces Upcoming Events

By | October 28, 2009

There will be a Georgia/Florida game party on Saturday, Oct. 31 2009. Join us on the outdoor deck for local oysters or something off the grill….Dawgs rock the football world with huge upset…. Florida fans welcome (don’t worry, we can take a joke). There will be specials all afternoon, live music right after the game. It is Halloween, costumes welcome … Continue reading “Sunbury Crab Co. Announces Upcoming Events”

Coronation of Miss SSU 2009-2010 and Attendants

By | October 28, 2009

As part of the 2009 Homecoming celebration, Tierenee Raeshaun Roberson will be crowned Miss Savannah State University 2009- 2010 at the annual coronation on Thursday, Oct. 29, 7 p.m. Joining Roberson in the ceremony will be her first and second attendants, Brittany Jester and Jasmine Raglin, respectively, along with queens representing approximately 50 campus organizations. Tiger Arena is the site … Continue reading “Coronation of Miss SSU 2009-2010 and Attendants”

A Message from the President

By | October 28, 2009

Greetings! On behalf of the students, faculty, staff and administration, I welcome you to Homecoming 2009. This special event promises to be one of the most exciting celebrations yet. We look forward to having our many alumni and supporters return each year to fellowship with classmates and friends, and take note of the growing campus. As this homecoming will recognize … Continue reading “A Message from the President”

SSU Homecoming Traffic Guidelines

By | October 28, 2009

Savannah State University’s annual Homecoming celebration, which includes the 2 p.m. football game at Wright Stadium, will be held on Saturday, October 31 2009. To avoid traffic delays and congestion, game patrons should adhere to the following: 1. Vehicular traffic and parking will not be permitted inside the stadium zone — which extends from LaRoche Ave. to the Tompkins Road … Continue reading “SSU Homecoming Traffic Guidelines”